REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


This page is part of a prototype web-based CAMRA guide to Gloucestershire pubs.
The pub information has been supplied by the Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Bristol and District
& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
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ASHLEWORTH

BOAT INN  See Map
The Quay, GL19 4HZ
SO8187025073
Sat Nav: 51.923869,-2.265044
Beyond Tithe barn on road to "The Quay"
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 700272
website:http://boatinn.wordpress.com/
GUEST BEER Beer range varies (G)

Re-opened in December 2014. Unique,
unspoilt country pub beside the Severn.
Owned by the same family for 400 years
this spotless gem has a small front
parlour with a huge built-in settle and
a pair of antique settles adorn the cosy
back room. Rush mats, houseplants
and fresh flowers enhance the pub.
Shove-ha'penny, dominoes and cribbage
are played. The ever-changing range of
guest beers, mainly from local micros,
are served direct from the cask with
eight ciders. Lunchtime soup rolls and
ploughman's are available. The courtyard
is ablaze with flower tubs and there are
seats and tables under cover for cooler
days. The pub is a frequent CAMRA
award-winner. The pub has its own
mooring for river visitors. Closed all
day Monday. Five minutes walk from a bus
route. Watch out for their beer
festivals.

(351)
2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


QUEEN'S ARMS  See Map
The Village, GL19 4HT
SO8119925604
Sat Nav: 51.928621,-2.274830
Centre of village
Tel. Gloucester (01452) 700395
website:http://queensarmsashleworth.co.uk/
BRAINS Rev James (H)
TIMOTHY TAYLOR Landlord (H)
YOUNG'S Bitter (H)

16th century village inn with good
home-cooked real food. Lots of pictures
and photographs. Garden with yew trees.


2009
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 28/01/2019